Zone of the Enders Unreleased Tracks (Unofficial)

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I got all the songs but 00 start menu.mp3 is missing album name on my files and i cant correct it theres occures an error when i try enter the album name on the discription at the properties
whére it says album/album name :/ :( can u fix it?
 

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can u fix yhis error that ouccures at properties at song 00 start menu.mp3? it's an error happens when you try to update the file/songs information or adding more at discription of the song do give more accured data/information for computer or the mp3 player so it would sort it near to it's other album songs at rigth oder
 

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This on is simple:
1. grab any audio file editor/converte r
2. save the file under a new name
(i.e. put a "(2)" at the end)
3. add all the info you want to the new file
4. delete the old one
5. rename the new file to the correct name

That should do the trick.
 

RosenkreutzXIII

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"Battle Symphony" (I believe it's official title is actually "Theme of Z.O.E,") "Innocent Love" & "Beautiful Disaster" are all tracks from the prequel OVA, "Zone of the Enders: Idolo" and they were featured on a promo CD that came with the Premium Package for the Japanese release of the first game. However, I'm not sure where "The Slayer Arrives" is from, I don't recall it playing in the game, was it featured in the OVA as well? If so I'm curious where it was taken from as it wasn't featured on the promo CD and no other soundtracks for the OVA exist, perhaps it was just recorded off the DVD?
 

dma225

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reply @ the random person who said to convert the files again... Don't do it because you don't convert a file more then once. You are heavily damaging the quality every time you do it. Besides these seemed to be converted to hell and back already because they sound awful. The files are already corrupt on many places have atrifacts, distortions etc and there is no point to re-fresh even if you save them in Wav or optional Flac format. Either get the originals again or don't bother at all. These are good for demonstrations and reminding your self which file is what but not really for actual quality listening or working on it. These are pretty much near dead files.
 
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